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The best Samsung cameras for interior usage offer best image and video quality with the help of advanced sensors from the manufacturer. The below listed top-rated cameras are a mixture of both point and shoot and DSLR cameras with a light sensitivity of at least ISO 1000. You can also make use of Samsungâ??s compact system camera offerings with smart features. For a best camera from Samsung for shooting interiors, you need to spend at least $700.

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Samsung NX3000

Samsung NX3000


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Samsung NX3000
Samsung NX mini
Samsung WB350F
Samsung NX300
Samsung NX2000
Samsung NX3000
Samsung NX mini
Samsung WB350F
Samsung NX300 Digital Camera
Samsung NX2000 Compact System Camera
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Release Date
Jun 2014
Apr 2014
Mar 2014
Mar 2013
May 2013
Max. ISO Speed
25600.0
25600.0
3200.0
25600.0
25600.0
Camera Type
Rangefinder-style mirrorless
Rangefinder-style mirrorless
Compact
Compact System Camera, Digital camera - Mirrorless system, Rangefinder-style mirrorless
Compact System Camera, Rangefinder-style mirrorless
Resolution
20.0 Megapixel
21.0 Megapixel
16.0 Megapixel
20.0 Megapixel
20.0 Megapixel
Image Sensor Type
CMOS
BSI-CMOS
BSI-CMOS
CMOS
CMOS
LCD Screen Size
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
3.3 in.
3.7 in.
Image Sensor Size
28.26 mm
13.23 mm
2.5 mm
28.26 mm
28.26 mm

  • Samsung's NX3000 entry-level mirrorless camera boasts strong image quality and well-implemented Wi-Fi features, but it's a little slow to lock focus.


  • While the new Samsung NX3000 loses some of the more impressive features of the NX2000 model that it replaces, most notably the massive touchscreen display and faster burst shooting mode, it offers more than enough beginner-friendly features at a very competitive price to once again earn our Highly Recommended award.

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    This compact, Wi-Fi-friendly camera lets you swap lenses and excels in low light. But the auto focus is slow and inaccurate, and burst shooting is disappointing, making it a poor choice for demanding photographers.


  • A great range of specs in a tiny, and (fairly) low priced, body. A tilting touchscreen makes it the ideal choice for self-portraits.


  • READ:. It’s fair to say we were impressed by the NX Mini. Image performance is particularly good from such a sensor, and although we’d happily sacrifice the selfie feature for a more versatile hinge on the screen, the magnesium body and metal lenses are design highlights. Compact system cameras typically only become truly compelling when they’re backed up by an extensive lens library, and although the Mini can plug in to the existing NX line-up with the aid of an adaptor, we’re keen to see how its native lens selection evolves.


  • Samsung's NX Mini can take clear photos and its body is slim, but it doesn't have much going for it apart from that. Its overall design is not good, it feels cheap, and the user experience it provides isn't always enjoyable.


  • The Samsung WB350F is essentially the same as last year's WB800F camera, with added NFC connectivity, a repositioned pop-up flash, loss of a handgrip and mini HDMI port, and the adoption of the micro SD memory card format to make it slimmer.
    While the Samsung WB350F matches most of its main rivals in terms of features and handling, image quality is still not so great.


  • All in all, then, this is a versatile, decent performer, with the zoom range, manual options and easy sharing features that will immediately endear it to more ambitious travel photographers – especially those who aren't ready to step up to a DSLR or mirrorless device. It lived up to our expectations, and it's fairly priced, to boot.


  • For the price, the WB350F is a good camera coupled with a terrific long lens, easy-to-use operation, and excellent Wi-Fi. While it may not be as thin as many slim compact cameras, it’s not bad considering that a 21x optical zoom lens is packed inside it. Autofocusing is good and performance speed is fine, even though it isn’t the fastest camera you can find. Image quality is generally good, especially if you are using them in small to medium sizes, but they aren’t as sharp when viewed in larger sizes and suffer from noise in low-light situations.


  • The Samsung NX300 is a speedy mirrorless compact that captures excellent images and offers well-executed integrated Wi-Fi for easy online photo sharing.


  • The NX300's new 20.3 megapixel sensor delivers excellent still image quality, with a very usable ISO range of 100-6400, plus 1080p HD video at a range of frame rates complete with auto-focusing, full control over the exposure settings, stereo sound and a wealth of other options. The NX300 offers all the advantages that a camera with a large APS-C DSLR sensor has, namely better performance at higher ISOs and greater depth-of-field than the smaller Micro Four Thirds format, although the trade-off comes in the form of comparably bigger lenses.


  • The Samsung NX300 really does earn the title of the flagship NX mirrorless camera. It offers a classic leatherette skin draped over a sleek metal body. It is solid and sturdy--the best made NX of the entire lineup. Its image quality is clean and sharp, only giving way to serious pixel degradation at ISOs above 6400.


  • The Samsung NX2000 mirrorless camera has a huge touch-screen display and great Wi-Fi support, but it's a little slow to focus.


  • Sharing the same core DNA as the other NX models, the new NX2000 offers a much more phone-like interface than either the NX300 or range-topping NX20, with built-in wi-fi and NFC connectivity too, so for some people it will actually offer a more familiar handling experience. The fact that it delivers exactly the same excellent image quality as its more expensive siblings is the icing on the cake, making it easy for us to highly recommend Samsung's so-called entry-level compact system camera once again.


  • The Samsung NX2000 sits very comfortably between the NX1100 and the NX300--offering users a high quality camera for a reasonable price. If fact, at the time of this review we were able to find the NX2000 for about $600 (making it the same price as the NX1100. That's a $150 savings over the NX300. But is the price difference worth it? Not in my book. I would spend the extra money to get a camera with a little more beef and a hybrid AF system.

    I'm not saying the NX2000 is a bad camera. It's not.


Top 5 samsung camera for interiors:

  1. Samsung NX3000
  2. Samsung NX mini
  3. Samsung WB350F
  4. Samsung NX300 Digital Camera
  5. Samsung NX2000 Compact System Camera